BRONCHO 12.03.18

photo by Jenan Taha

Based out of the heart of Tulsa, Oklahoma, BRONCHO have a unique vantage point from which to convey their reactionary song creation. Churning out intentionally nuanced rock and roll with an art school spirit and a punk rock heart since 2010, the band’s fourth album, Bad Behavior, finds them pouring out their strengths for their strongest project yet. Following the catchy, playful vibe of their previous albums, which include Can’t Get Past the Lips (2011) and Just Enough Hip to Be Woman (2014), as well as the deliberate sonic intent of 2016’s sludgy, moodier, Double Vanity— the new record reveals BRONCHO’s fly-on-the-wall vision of our moral climate, complete with an invigorated, accessible sound and the charmingly cynical, smiling-while-sneering delivery of singer and bandleader Ryan Lindsey. Lindsey plays alongside Penny Pitchland on bass, Nathan Price on drums and Benjamin King on guitar. BRONCHO comes together to uncover the murkiness of today’s view on morality.

Their newest album, Bad Behavior was released in October of 2018, and looks through an observational lens of the faults of those around us, while leaving room for moments of self-reflection. BRONCHO came into studio 1A and performed a few songs off of the album. Check out the full studio session below!


Host: Jody Denberg
Producer: Deidre Gott
Engineer: Chris Hargrove & Jake Perlman
Cameras: Julia Reihs, Jorge Sanhueza-Lyon, Jenan Taha

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